Activist slams city's attempt at police department 'transparency'

One community activist isn't buying Mayor Rahm Emanuel's attempt to make the city and Chicago Police Department more transparent. 

CPD has been under the microscope since the scathing Police Accountability Task Force report which stated the force had "no regard for the sanctity of life when it comes to people of color."

William Calloway, who was one of those behind-the-scenes of the Laquan McDonald video release, joins Good Day Chicago to debunk the city's latest boast of transparency, Friday's release of a video showing a woman tased by officers.

Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson claims the video was released with no lawsuit or public records request but  Calloway  claims he filed paperwork to obtain the footage months ago.